Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons
A quirky unique bed and breakfast in the Brecon Beacons with bags of character, delicious local food
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
The Tiny B&B is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
Set on a pretty farm in the rolling Monmouthshire countryside, with the odd hen clucking and a bit of gentle bleating in the background, you'll be utterly charmed by the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere on arrival. Even more so, as you step inside this very self contained bed and breakfast, more of a mini-cottage, which as well as a chic interior.
Brand new and just converted from a traditional bull pen to chic romantic bolt hole, the main room of this great B&B houses a fabulous French-style, king-size bed, with plenty of storage, a dining table for two as well as a small kitchenette area, perfect for rustling up bacon and eggs from the farm. There's an en suite shower room, complete with toiletries and towels.
There's a great DIY breakfast included in your stay, delivered as a breakfast goodie hamper filled with continental style fayre, fresh each morning. Plus, the option to upgrade to a full Welsh fry up; simply let your hosts know and they'll gladly provide a selection of home reared food from the farm for you to rustle up on the hob at your leisure.
Perfectly located, with the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley in one direction and the dramatic Brecon Beacons National Park in the other, with a fabulous scattering of country pubs and excellent restaurants along the way, the Tiny B&B will welcome you for just one night, but trust us...you'll want to stay many more.
With the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley in one direction and the Brecon Beacons National Park in the other, you are spoilt for choice. There are gentler strolls nearer to the farm and along the River Usk and cyclists will love it. Home to the National Road Champs earlier in 2014, there are impressive road routes around the lanes and equally great bike parks and off road routes in the Forest of Dean.
The quaint country towns of Usk and Raglan are the close by. Abergavenny and Monmouth are both larger market towns within easy reach and Abergavenny has a particularly good food festival each September.
The Welsh borderlands are full of myths and ancient relics. A trip to Tintern Abbey is well worth it and easily combined with a visit to Chepstow Castle, with the oldest castle doors left in Europe.
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